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Power Line Worker Substation Level 3 Trainee Guide

Power Line Worker Substation Level 3 Trainee GuidePhysical Product
  • By NCCER
  • Pub. Date: Feb 21, 2013 by Pearson.
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-294866-4
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-294866-1

Student/Retail Price: $133.32

Institutional/Business Price: $99.99

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  • Table of Contents

This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes: Temporary Grounding, Advanced Drawing Reading, Medium-and High-Voltage Equipment Installation, Control House, Connectors, Conductor Terminations, and Splicing, Equipment Testing and Maintenance, System Protection and Control, and Fundamental Skills for the Crew Leader. 



Table of Contents

Total Level Hours: 167.5


Temporary Grounding (15 Hours)

(Module ID 40308-09; from Industrial Maintenance E&I Level Three)

Trainee $19 ISBN 978-0-13-604738-4

Instructor $19 ISBN 978-0-13-604753-7


Advanced Drawing Reading (20 Hours)

Trainee $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296791-4

Instructor $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296797-6

Covers the drawings typically associated with substations and the skills needed for their interpretation. Provides detailed

instruction on elementary, schematic, and general component arrangement drawings. Wiring diagrams and drawing schedules

are also covered. (Module ID 82301-12)


Medium- and High-Voltage Equipment Installation (25 Hours)

Trainee $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296792-1

Instructor $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296798-3

Presents the typical installation procedures for primary substation components. Identifies the common and unique

factors related to the proper installation of transformers, circuit breakers, capacitors, reactors, bus systems, and insulators. A

discussion of corona and how proper installation techniques can prevent it is also included. (Module ID 82302-12)


Control House (20 Hours)

Trainee $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296793-8

Instructor $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296800-3

Provides an overview of the substation control house and its function in the substation. The components and protective

systems generally contained within a control house are examined, including the essential DC power systems and

emergency power supplies. Coverage of racking systems and their layout is also included. (Module ID 82303-12)


Connectors, Conductor Terminations, and Splicing (25 Hours)

Trainee $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296794-5

Instructor $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296801-0

Describes the procedures and materials required to prepare and complete terminations and splices on insulated and noninsulated conductors and cables. Coverage is provided for both medium- and high-voltage circuits. Hydraulic presses and crimpers are introduced, along with hipot testing procedures for terminations and splices. (Module ID 82304-12)


Equipment Testing and Maintenance (30 Hours)

Trainee $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296795-2

Instructor $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296802-7

Identifies the testing procedures required and explains how to properly maintain substation components. Coverage of

testing and maintenance procedures is provided for power transformers, potential devices, various circuit breakers,

disconnects and switches, capacitors, and reactors. (Module ID 82305-12)


System Protection and Control (12.5 Hours)

Trainee $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296796-9

Instructor $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296803-4

Describes the protective functions required in the substation environment to defend against overloads, fault currents,

and other incidents that can disrupt service or damage the system. Offers coverage of the components used to provide

both protection and system control. An introduction to the various protective relay schemes used in today’s substations is

included. (Module ID 82306-12)


Fundamental Skills for the Crew Leader (20 Hours)

Trainee $40 ISBN 978-0-13-292245-6

Instructor $40 ISBN 978-0-13-292255-5

While this module has been designed to assist the recently promoted crew leader, it is beneficial for anyone

in management. The course covers basic leadership skills and explains different leadership styles, communication,

delegating, and problem solving. Job-site safety and the crew leader’s role in safety are also discussed. This edition goes into

detail on project planning, scheduling, and estimating with new performance tasks to assist the learning process. (Module ID


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